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Who will be the winner from the Alex Palou contract saga?

Reigning IndyCar champion Alex Palou’s destiny for 2023 has become a tug of war between his current team, Chip Ganassi Racing, and McLaren. Just days before this weekend’s crucial race at the Indianapolis road course, Ganassi issued a lawsuit against its own driver, using his own tweets as evidence against him. File this one under ‘you couldn’t make it up’… 
The ...Keep reading
Source: Who will be the winner from the Alex Palou contract saga?
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IndyCar Indy GP: Rosenqvist on pole, points leader Ericsson to start from the back

Pacesetter from practice Alexander Rossi initially grabbed provisional pole in the top six shootout with a 1m10.6775s, but Rosenqvist, who only did a sighting lap on his first run, then sat in the pits until the final three minutes of the session to pick his opportunity.
He emerged on the softest compound tyre to produce a 1m10.2265s lap, over a quarter second better than his closest opposition ...Keep reading
Source: IndyCar Indy GP: Rosenqvist on pole, points leader Ericsson to start from the back
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IndyCar Indy GP: Rossi tops practice, Newgarden bounces back

Andretti Autosport driver Rossi set the best time of 1m10.091s on the 2.439-mile road course at Indianapolis Motor Speedway to pip Team Penske's Newgarden - whose participation had been in doubt after losing consciousness following a crash at Iowa last weekend - by just 0.020s.
Colton Herta made it two Andretti Autosport runners in the top three, 0.058s behind in third, while Newgarden's ...Keep reading
Source: IndyCar Indy GP: Rossi tops practice, Newgarden bounces back
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Juncos wants IndyCar team-mate for Ilott but seeks quality in second car

It was announced on Thursday that the Juncos Hollinger Racing team has taken up its option on incumbent Ilott for the next two seasons, but team founder Juncos has admitted the team and its British rookie driver have faced an uphill battle in 2022 as theirs is the only single-entry team on the IndyCar grid.
However, Juncos said that he and team co-owner Brad Hollinger are keen not to just add ...Keep reading
Source: Juncos wants IndyCar team-mate for Ilott but seeks quality in second car
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Newgarden cleared to return to IndyCar cockpit for Indy GP practice

The two-time IndyCar champion dominated the first of Iowa's two races last weekend, and was leading the second on Sunday when a suspected failure of his right-rear shock absorber spun him into the wall.
After being cleared at the infield medical centre, Newgarden held a coherent interview with NBC but later suffered a loss of consciousness and collapsed as he walked to his RV.
To avoid ...Keep reading
Source: Newgarden cleared to return to IndyCar cockpit for Indy GP practice
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V8 Supercars / Why WAU risked fan backlash for factory Ford deal
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on August 13, 2022, 08:44:42 PM »
Why WAU risked fan backlash for factory Ford deal

The former Holden Racing Team made its shock jump across the manufacturer divide official last week by announcing that it will field a pair of Mustangs in Supercars next season.
Given the Walkinshaw brand's long association with Holden, including nearly two decades as the factory Holden team, the defection is one of the most significant in Supercars history.
It won't take place without ...Keep reading
Source: Why WAU risked fan backlash for factory Ford deal
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Walkinshaw Andretti United's Ford Supercars switch official

The category's most famous Holden team has confirmed it will field a pair of Ford Mustangs next season, following speculation earlier this week, as part of a factory deal with Ford Performance.
The deal marks a return to a factory fold for WAU, which was the works Holden team from the 1990s until the backing was transferred to Triple Eight for the 2017 season.
Since then, the team has ...Keep reading
Source: Walkinshaw Andretti United's Ford Supercars switch official
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V8 Supercars / Mostert calls on Supercars to ban abusive fans
« Last post by CanadianRacingOnline on August 13, 2022, 08:44:42 PM »
Mostert calls on Supercars to ban abusive fans

The Walkinshaw Andretti United driver took to social media on Wednesday to defend Supercars driving standards advisor Craig Baird following a controversial Perth SuperNight last weekend.
He suggested Baird had been under attack by online trolls since the event, which included Baird issuing a race-changing penalty to Cam Waters for a track limits infringement which cost the Tickford driver a ...Keep reading
Source: Mostert calls on Supercars to ban abusive fans
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Walkinshaw Andretti United linked to Ford Supercars switch

Rumours of the sensational Blue Oval defection for the famous Holden team have been rife since last month and intensified over the Perth SuperNight weekend.
It now appears those rumours are on the money, with Ford Performance set to make an 'important Supercars announcement' this Friday.
If it is the WAU deal as expected it will mark an incredible move for a team best known for its strong ...Keep reading
Source: Walkinshaw Andretti United linked to Ford Supercars switch
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Van Gisbergen questions "rude" penalty for Supercars rival Waters

Waters was battling with Will Davison for the race lead at Wanneroo Raceway when the pair came to blows at the final corner.
It started with a bold dive from Davison down the inside of Waters at the Turn 7 right-hander, Waters then opting to run up onto the old pit entry on the outside and around the exit kerb to retain the lead.
Officials swiftly deemed that to be outside the rules, handing ...Keep reading
Source: Van Gisbergen questions "rude" penalty for Supercars rival Waters
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